Slips and Falls

Past and Present Classifications of the Australian Slip Testing Standards AS/NZS 4663:2004. Slip resistance measurements of existing pedestrian surfaces. Appendix A. Wet Pendulum Test Method (In-situ and Lab Testing) Appendix B. Dry Floor Friction Test Method (In-situ and Lab Testing) AS/NZS 4586:2004. Slip resistance classifications of new pedestrian surface materials. Appendix A. Wet Pendulum Test […]

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10 Things You Must Know About Office Safety

by Dave Collins on August 15, 2016

10 Things You Must Know About Office Safety In most countries, the time spent at the workplace constitutes one third of the whole day; which is quite a lot of time. As such, you have to be equally vigilant about your safety at the workplace as you are at your home. Read through the following […]

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Why are we choosing aesthetics over safety?

by Dave Collins on April 2, 2016

Why are we choosing aesthetics over safety? As a society we are increasingly aware of statements and behaviours that put far too much emphasis on physical appearance. We understand the negative impact concerns about surface beauty can have on individuals and that all people have so much more to offer than just the way they […]

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